Yesterday, I posted over at the ALSC blog about a hot storytime debate — process vs. product art in storytime. I tried to have a balanced approach, so let me know what you’re thinking!
I’m answering a timely question over at the ALSC blog today — what do you do when you are sick and it’s time for storytime to begin?
One of my most favorite posts that I’ve ever written is this month’s ALSC blog post on making flannelboards. I’ve got a ton of resources listed and though I couldn’t list every resource, I tried to get a good variety! Click on through to check it out!
Over at the ALSC blog, I’m talking about using props in storytime. Also, I’m debuting my newest prop — a song cube!
What do you do when only one child shows up for storytime? I’ve got some ideas over at the ALSC blog to make that potential disaster into a success!
Last spring, I tried a brand-new kind of programming, with activity stations! Yesterday, I wrote up a summary for the ALSC blog — check it out!
Looking for resources to share with families about school? Over at the ALSC blog, I’ve got a whole slew of school books to keep your eyes out for!
After ALA Annual, I saw a lot of new series books that are coming out and it got me thinking — do you use series books in storytime? Let me know in the comments over at the ALSC blog!
This month at the ALSC blog, I posted pictures of the decorations in my storytime room for summer reading! Click on over to see what my school tours made to leave behind for the summer!